Dissipation of Proton Motive Force is not Sufficient to Induce the Phage Shock Protein Response in Escherichia coli

@inproceedings{Engl2011DissipationOP,
  title={Dissipation of Proton Motive Force is not Sufficient to Induce the Phage Shock Protein Response in Escherichia coli},
  author={Christoph Engl and Alex Ter Beek and Martijn Bekker and Joost M Teixeira De Mattos and Goran Jovanovic and Martin Buck},
  booktitle={Current Microbiology},
  year={2011}
}
Phage shock proteins (Psp) and their homologues are found in species from the three domains of life: Bacteria, Archaea and Eukarya (e.g. higher plants). In enterobacteria, the Psp response helps to maintain the proton motive force (PMF) of the cell when the inner membrane integrity is impaired. The presumed ability of ArcB to sense redox changes in the cellular quinone pool and the strong decrease of psp induction in ΔubiG or ΔarcAB backgrounds suggest a link between the Psp response and the… CONTINUE READING

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